, 400 p. ; 20 cm. (4to) Two states exist of this work. In the first state: The first page of the Licencas (p.) bears no catchword; the quotation from Ecclesiastes is printed at the head of the last page of the Licencas (p.); the first page of text is unnumbered and the vignette is dated 1771. In the second state: the first page of the Licencas (p.) bears the catchword Appro; the quotation from Ecclesiastes is printed in the center of the last page of the Licenças (p.); the... Topic: Pride and vanity
byAlagoas (Brazil). Junta Provisória; Pará (Brazil : State). Junta Provisória do governo do Grão Pará; Portugal. Cortes
11,  p. ;19 cm. (4to) Issued as item 14 in: Colleccão da correspondencia official das provincias do Brazil, durante a legislatura das Cortes Constituintes. Lisboa : Na Imprensa Nacional. Anno de 1822, a collection of 17 individually published items containing documents describing the reaction of Brazilian officials to the Cortes of 1821-22 held in Lisbon Topics: CPJCB, Imprint 1822
The author, a priest, recommends improving industry and agriculture and recommends that Portugal prohibit the importation of sugar, coffee, cocoa, tobacco and other commodities from the colonies; the author also discusses trade with Asia, Africa and Brazil Topics: Lisbon (Portugal). Commissaõ para o Melhoramento do Commercio, Sugar trade, Coffee industry, Cocoa...
Originally thought to have been printed in Rio de Janeiro. For a detailed discussion disproving this assertion, please see Moraes, Bib. Brasiliana (1983 ed.) Topics: Arithmetic, Geometry, Artillery, Imprint 1744
byAndrade, João Pereira de, fl. 1824; Raguet, Condy. fmo RPJCB
1 sheet ( p.) ; 30 x 20 cm. (fol.) Announcement relating to Andrade's transactions with the estate of José Nogueira Góis Topics: Góis, José Nogueira, fl. 1824, CPJCB, Broadsides, etc, Libel and slander, Wills, Imprint 1824
, 205,  p., ill. ; 20 cm. (4to in 8s) André João Antonil is the pseudonym of João Antonio Andreoni, an Italian Jesuit priest born in Tuscany, who was attracted to Brazil in 1681 by Father Antonio Vieira Topics: CPJCB, Sugar growing, Tobacco, Gold mines and mining, Imprint 1711